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9 HTML Tags (& 11 Attributes) You Must Know for SEO

9 HTML Tags (& 11 Attributes) You Must Know for SEO

HTML is the foundation of a webpage. Discover the key HTML tags and attributes that are crucial to good SEO. Find out their uses and how to code them.

How to Apply Basic Html Search Engine Optimization (SEO) to Your Content

Let’s cover basic HTML SEO search engine optimization tips to raise the visibility and the discoverability of your content on search engines. Learn how to give your content the visibility it deserves by following these simple tips.

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I want to go over
some very basic HTML SEO search engine
optimization tips things that if you do
you apply to your content you’re gonna
raise the visibility and the
discoverability of your content on
search engines very simple steps they’re
actually taken from my latest book grow
your web brand is ability and traffic
organically you can find a book on
Amazon. Okay so these
are super simple I’m gonna go to my site
here is called HTML SEO basics the first
one is a title tag all your content
should have a title tag it’s it’s very
important it not only shows up it’s not
you not only the text that shows up in
your browser’s tab but more importantly
it’s what shows up in the search engine
so make sure you have a title tag that’s
makes sense that contains keywords that
people are going to search on and also
conveys meaning of what the page is all
about next are the h1 tag and the h2
tags you should only have one h1 tag for
your whole page just one and that should
be the same thing as your title it’s
basically a title and the h2 is the
categories of what your page is all
about so it should be a handful of them
not too many you know there’s too many
you should probably break your page into
multiple pages but each one should be a
title of that category and that’s gonna
help the search engine know what your
page is all about
finally the meta tags let’s go to
fortune the fortune.com page because
they have some good meta tag information
here and they also have a great unicorn
so I love the Unicorn every time I go to
their source code it’s just surprised to
see the Unicorn I like that but they
also use the Mae attacks pretty
extensively and you’ll see their stairs
and attacks for Twitter Pinterest you
got some for Facebook Hey I recommend at
the very least just having to a meta
title or an attack of your title which
should contain of course your title and
a meta tag of a description which
contains a keyword maybe the first
paragraph of what your content is and if
you work closely with a search engine
sorry with am a social aggregator like
Facebook or whatever but research what
meta tags they use basically look at the
other people who you know post on those
sites and use those specific meta tags
for that content because it could help
for that specific you know search for a
specific aggregator okay one last two to
last tips every content should have at
least one image that’s a tip I got from
Jason McDonald he is the author of SEO
fitness workbook and that makes sense
it’s you know something visual that it
should be attractive that should be that
should give you desire to check out that
content and inside of it it should be
named properly the alt and title tag are
very important and the name of the image
is important as well they should be
related to your content
apparently search engines look at that
stuff and you should have an alternate
title tag the alt and the title that
should be just kind of a descriptive of
what the image is about in case it
doesn’t show up or people can’t see the
image you will the text will be there
and then they can they didn’t know what
it was what it’s all about
finally once you’ve done all these
things just a handful of simple HTML
tricks make sure you go to the Google
search console and drop that URL inside
the Google search console and you know
I’m you know having index immediately
it’s not gonna happen immediately you
check with the request indexing do that
immediately but it’s gonna you know
it’ll do it whenever it has time but


My site’s template has multiple H1 tags

My site’s template has multiple H1 tags. Is this a problem? — asks Markus from Germany

Some sites have multiple H1 headings. Is that bad?

We’ll answer that question and give some general tips in this video.

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6 HTML SEO Tips to Rank Higher in Google

Ranking in Google and other search engines is already hard enough. Make sure you’re giving your site the best opportunity to rank high in search by doing these 6 simple HTLM tips.

�� 9 Alternatives to the Div Tag to Improve Your HTML: https://youtu.be/KcxmB6leB1c


Introduction: 0:00

Title Tag: 0:08

Meta Tags: 0:36

Alt Attribute: 1:32

Canonical Tags: 1:51

Schema Markup: 2:10

Semantic HTML: 2:53


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Full List of Schema Markup from the Official Schema.org: https://schema.org/docs/full.html

Schema Markup 101: https://blog.alexa.com/schema-markup/

Google Structured Data Markup Helper: https://www.google.com/webmasters/markup-helper/u/0/

Merkle Schema Markup Generator: https://technicalseo.com/tools/schema-markup-generator/


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Optimizing Title Tags for User Intent and Semantic SEO

In this video, I’m going to share with you some things I’ve just been doing lately to try to help us better optimize our title tags for both our users, as well as semantic SEO.

Now, everything that we’re doing here is experimental. But I think we’re seeing some pretty cool results and I think by sharing it, hopefully, you guys can try some of this too, and maybe together we can come up with something even better.

So we know that title tags are important. They’re extremely important when it comes to SEO. And Google talks about them is important as well. Taking time to create great titles is an investment not only in SEO but in engaging with your intended users as well.

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